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level of organisation of proteins

Is there any disulphide bond in a quaternary structured protein? If yes, please provide examples. In tertiary structured proteins, what is(are) the most important characteristic(s) of tertiary ...
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What are conditions for a membrane to be settled ? (centrifugation)

The cell membranes have 60% of proteins and 40% of lipids. And we know that medium density of proteins is 1,2 g/cm3 and the medium density of lipids is 0.92 g/cm3. How can we calculate the medium ...
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How to use mechanical microstrainer to extract tissue proteins from human?

Background: There are many methods to extract proteins form human tissues out there. The majority of them use an extraction buffer containing variable concentrations of detergents and protease ...
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How are proteins formed?

Somewhere, I have read that we need to consume proteins to make amino acids to make new proteins. What does it suggest? How do we make proteins from proteins?
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How does protein help to cure wound? [closed]

I understand that the protein helps to repair body tissues. If I increase the intake of protein, would it help to cure the wound more quickly? I would like to know how does the protein reaches the ...
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Is the protein in teardrops still attached to cells, or is it released and free-flowing?

A ScienceDaily article says that the protein in teardrops can kill bacteria. But how does it reach the bacteria?